Posts by Vic Duggan
Vic Duggan @vicduggan
Vic Duggan is an independent consultant, economist and public policy specialist catering to international clients across private, public and NGO sectors. Having worked during the early part of his career at the European Commission and the European Investment Fund, he spent the three years until early 2011 as economic adviser to Joan Burton TD. From June 2012, he worked as a consultant economist with the World Bank (first in Jakarta, then in Washington DC), with Oxford Business Group and with the Nevin Economic Research Institute. Having worked for three years as an advisor to the OECD Secretary-General, he moved to the Organisation’s Investment Division in February 2016 to work directly with the Head of Division to support the G20 investment agenda, to service the OECD’s Investment Committee and to manage substantive inputs for use and dissemination by the Secretary-General.
Vic graduated in 2012 from the MPA Programme in Economic Policy Management in the School of International & Public Affairs at Columbia University, New York.
He writes a monthly column on the Irish, European and global political economy for Liberty, the newspaper of Ireland’s largest trade union, SIPTU. He also writes on his own blog about the political economy and various other matters.
Technology: friend or foe to working people?
Vic Duggan 16/01/2018
First, they came for the factory workers, but I did not speak out – Because I was not a factory worker. Later, they came for the bank tellers, but I did not speak out – Because I was not a bank teller. Soon, they’ll come for the taxi drivers, but I do not speak out – Because I am not a taxi driver. Are they coming for me? *** This adaption …
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